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February 2009 / № 9325



A few type and colour treatments for the KDU.

Posted by everydaysomething Categorized: KDU |








Microbiomes: Anatomical illustration for WIRED Magazine

Human anatomical illustration, done for an article in WIRED Magazine about micro-organisms concentrating in certain parts of the body. Art direction by Tim Leong.


Posted by teaganwhite Categorized: KDU Tags: anatomical illustration teagan white wired |

February 2009 / № 9326

King’s Folly, a surreal object done for http://www.antianti.us

Theme – polarity, Statement – exploitation.

The statement of the object is partially based on the novel of Joris-Karl Huysmans
– “À rebours”, mainly on the passage about gems encrusted tortoise.

“A Rebours defines the decadent spirit as one of simulation-that the idea of a thing is purer-and therefore more desirable-than the thing itsself. This is best illustrated in one of the most famous chapters where, after a lengthy reverie into the merits of various gemstones, Des Esseintes decides that the best way to display his favorite jewels would be to have them set into the shell of a living tortoise. The jeweler finally returns with the encrusted tortoise, which takes about two steps and dies from the immense weight of the stones. The entire decadent movement was imbibed with this sense of embellishing and improving the natural, and no single book encapsulates the decadent/symbolist aesthetic like A Rebours.”

images with descriptive text can be found on http://www.behance.net/gallery/Kings-Folly/2226824

Posted by venkov Categorized: KDU |

February 2009 / № 9313


Just refreshed my portfolio. Be sure to check it out – www.valpnow.com!

Posted by valp Categorized: illustration |

February 2009 / № 9311

I was working on this personal project – Series of animal portraits. Portrait for centuries has been representation of an object – most often person. Animals in this series are portrayed in a sad mood to show the negative impact of humans mistreating them.


Posted by lostinjungle Categorized: Art The KDU illustration |

February 2009 / № 9309



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Colors ! is a personal experiment where 3 dimensional elements inserted in analog photographies.

The colors of the picture in the background is captured by these elements.

The grain gives a deeper personality to the image which seems to be shot in the early 80′.



Posted by valeriovittozzi Categorized: KDU |

February 2009 / № 9302

Vaecus non iudicet de colore.
Um cego não julga as cores.
Blind men judge no colours.
À l’aveugle ne duit peinture, couleur, miroir, ni figure.
Un ciego no debe juzgar de los colores.
Il cieco non giudichi dei colori.

come visit: www.pedrojulien.net

twitter: http://twitter.com/pedro_julien

Posted by Pedro Julien Categorized: Art Design |

February 2009 / № 9299

Typography research. Inspired on amazing work of illustrator and typographer Sergey Vassilyevich Chekhonin.

Posted by fiodor Categorized: illustration |

February 2009 / № 9293
KDU's artist Pierre-Paul Pariseau invite you!

KDU's artist Pierre-Paul Pariseau invite you!

February 2009 / № 9289


MagSpreads is dedicated to the process and progress of magazine design and the publishing industry and its practitioners, students and enthusiasts. Its purpose is to define and promote the world’s best magazine design, and provide a place where the magazine design community can review, critique and stay informed of the latest industry trends and design projects being created in the field.

February 2009 / № 9287

Many thanks to Dazed and Confused


February 2009 / № 9285

kittozutto Bombay Sapphire

We’ve just completed a massive artwork for the Bombay Sapphire Blue Room exhibition, which will be held for a month starting tomorrow.

Best Regards,

Posted by yj Categorized: Art Design illustration |

February 2009 / № 9282


Kodiak / Sketch / Inkwash + Digital

Recently digging in the crates for frame layouts. This one is detailed on my site in the image slider, not as a print.

The original idea was to work with metallic inks as a possibility. This seemed the way forward a few years back. Now, it is hardly cost effective on a small scale, and way too mechanised in the final finish. The only offer it would give to the image is an ultra modern / retro aesthetic.

Humans are complex by nature, prone to making simple tasks complicated, but it is the simple things that stay consistent by their very nature. So this is solely an environmental piece. Reason: Well, we live in a throw away, destructive society. I try to recycle everything possible, and am always in favour of experimenting with anything art related, but it has to come full circle. To show qualities in the image I used charcoal, recycled inks, printer ink & 100% environmentally friendly colour processed recycled paper.


February 2009 / № 9274

Hello everyone, thought it was about time I updated my blog with some new-ish work. This here was a project I created for Intrinsic Nature’s 11th Experiment. I hope you like it and check out the exhibition here.




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